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Abdukholiq G'ijduvani kuddisu sirrihu. Khoja Muhammad Arif ar-Revgari. The mausoleum of Khoja Mahmud Anjir Fagnavi. Memorial complex of Khoja Ali Romitani. Khoja Muhammad Baba Samosi memorial complex. Khwaja Syed Amir Kulol Bukhari memorial complex. Bahouddin Naqshband.

Magical Bukhara

Bukhara is a historical and cultural center located in Central Asia. Bukhara, located on the Great Silk Road since ancient time, is the birthplace of scientists who made a great contribution to Islamic civilization, one of the most famous ancient cities of the East. According to archeological data, Bukhara was founded in the middle of the 1st millennium B.C. Its name is mentioned under such names as Navmichkat, Bumichkat (new fortress), Almadina Assufria (copper city), Madinat Attujor (city of merchants), Fokhira (honor city). It has been suggested that the term Bukhara comes from a Turkized form of the Sanskrit word vihora, Bukhor ("temple"). More recent studies have argued that the term consists of the Sogdian words "par" or "bag" ("the Almighty") and "oro" ("beauty"), which means "beauty of the Almighty." Indeed, Bukhara and its surrounding lands, located in the lower reaches of the river Zarafshan, in ancient times were extremely picturesque - the fauna and flora were unique, rich in lakes and running waters, as evidenced by the information in the "History of Bukhara" by the historian Narshakhi.( many confessions state that "Samarkand Saikali roi Zamin AST,. Bukhara kuvvati Islam Din AST." - this sacred land is said to be calling for tourists. Railways and airlines are most convenient for tourists.

International airport and historical monuments

International Airport serves through Tashkent to Bukhara for interaction with the regions of the republic and more than 20 foreign countries. In Bukhara there are more than 100 great historical and architectural monuments: Bukhara Arch, Samanid Mausoleum, Chashmay Ayub Mausoleum, Matki Attori Mosque, Namazgah Mosque, Poyi Kalon ensemble, remains of fortress wall, Kalon Minaret, Kalon Mosque, Mir Arab Madrassah, Tim and Toki, Labihaus ensemble, Ulugbek Madrassah, Chor Minar, Bolohovuz Mosque, Sitorai Mohi Khosa and other monuments have survived. The old city is like a fairy tale city for tourists and it is not in vain that kiosks sell "Alovuddin's Magic Lamp", the atmosphere of which fascinates tourists.


In Bukhara, tourists can stay in home hotels, 3-4 star hotels and enjoy the national cuisine in various cafes and restaurants through travel agents who cater to their needs. Usually in home hotels for a night is 40-50 thousand sum (4.4 $), in 3-4-star hotels from 180 to 550 thousand sum (18-50 $), and in suites from 1 million sum (90 $) per day. Again, there are offers for every tourist, depending on his budget.

Taxi service and restaurants

Inside the city cab services are not expensive and the cost of a trip to the main historical sites is about 20 thousand sums (up to $2). Prices in restaurants and cafes serving foreign and Uzbek tourists vary depending on the needs of tourists and the service requested. Meals at cafes in a state where the quality of food is kept high are on average about 50,000 sums (4-4.5$) per customer, alcohol is not included in this price. In restaurants, one client can spend on food from 120 000 to 150 000 sums (11-13 $), such a difference in price is associated with live performances and concert programs.

Night walk

Tourists enjoy walking both in the evening and at night time, considering Bukhara climate the city of Bukhara is a safe city in this regard, all the objects are taken under control of tourist police.
Tourists visiting Bukhara, mostly satisfied with 3 - day travel program, the first day of the historical monuments and museums in the Old City, the alleys provide an opportunity to walk to restaurants, and tourists will plunge into the peculiar fairy-tale atmosphere of Bukhara. On the second day, most tourists visit the complexes of the seven feasts of the founders of the Naqshbandiya teachings. From the center of the city Labi khovuz all the conditions to reach all the shrines by bus.

Streets of Bukhara

There are more than a hundred historical monuments in the city, monuments such as the Mausoleum of Ismail Samani, the minaret of Kalon Labi hovuz fascinate tourists. Photo of the Samanid Tomb
Walking through the ancient streets of Bukhara, you will see that the national color is a priority in all spheres. Of the national crafts in the stalls catch the eye Bukhara school of kandakorlik, embroidery, miniature art, ceramics. The street stalls are crowded with tourists.
img Streets of Bukhara
img National dishes for tourists in cafes and restaurants deserve the praise of any guest of fine taste.
img National dishes for tourists in cafes and restaurants deserve the praise of any guest of fine taste.

Naqshbandi sect

Every tourist who came to Bukhara can find a monument that sought for example, the great scholars of the Islamic world, the founders of the teachings of Naqshbandiya, Abduhalik Gijduvani, Khoja Muhammad Orif mohitobon Revgari, Mahmud Anjir Fagnavi, Khoja Ali Romitani, Khoda Muhammad Boboi Samosi, Sayyid Amir kulol, Khoja Bahauddin an Naqshband Bukhhoriy, there are resources to study the historical spiritual heritage.

Jewish home

In ancient times 25 thousand Jews lived in Bukhara, so this building, which has preserved the home of ancient Bukhara Jews, has a 420-year history and is a very interesting tourist destination for Jews living in America, Europe and Israel. The building has been preserved in its original form and the hotel adjacent to the building serves guests in a harmonious combination of historicity and modern technology.
The building has been preserved in its original state, and the adjacent hotel serves guests in a state of harmony of history and modern technology.
Typically, tourists begin their pilgrimage to Bukhara from the old city, because there is an opportunity to walk to historical monuments and look at a number of stalls, Labi khovuz, Kukaldash madrassah, Devon Begi madrassah, statue of Khoja Nasriddin, Ismail Samani mausoleum, arch, Bolo Havuz mosque
img Poyi Kalon and Minorai Kalon
img complex Labi Xovuz
img Kukeldash Madrassah
img Devon begi madrassah
img statue of Khoja Nasriddin
img Ismail Samani mausoleum
img Arc
img Bolokhovuz mosque
img Naqshbandi mausoleum

The legendary Yetti pir

It is a complex of mausoleums and mosques built around the burial place of 7 great Sufis who made a great contribution to Sufism in Bukhara.
On the second day, tourists can visit the shrines of the founders of the Naqshbandi teachings and visit the tombs of great scholars and feel the past.
img 1. Abdukholiq G'ijduvani kuddisu sirrihu.
img 2. The mausoleum of Khoja Muhammad Arif ar-Revgari
img 3. Mausoleum of Khoja Mahmud Anjir Fagnavi.
img 4. Memorial complex of Khoja Ali Romitani
img 5. Khoja Muhammad Baba Samosi memorial complex
img 6. Khoja Syed Amir Kulol Bukhari memorial complex
img 7. Khoja Syed Amir Kulol Bukhari memorial complex

The palace of the Emir of Bukhara

On the third day can get acquainted with the many historical sites of Bukhara, including
In the evening, tourists can enjoy national and European cuisine while enjoying the music